Gift Ideas Under $30!

Posted by Chloe Brown on

Going to a birthday party? No idea what to get? Here's a handy guide to get you started! If you like the sound of an item, just click the name and it will take you to the product page so you can get some more info.

Boy - Toddler

At this age, they're usually more interested in destroying stuff than anything else, so you'll need to get something sturdy so it will last more than a week! A good bundle would be:
Dinosaur and Friends board book 
Mickey Mouse on the Go 
Beanie Boo soft toy
This will come to a total of $25.97 and you'll get a great mix of books and toys!


Girl - Toddler

As with the above bundle, a mix of books and soft toys is probably the way to go. This gives them plenty to keep them busy! A good suggestion would be:
Animal Board Book
Finger Puppet Book
Beanie Boo soft toy
This gives you a total of $27.97 for a great range of gifts.


Boy 4-6

You'll want gifts to help keep them busy, so a mix of soft toys, activity books and story books is probably a good way to go! A great range would be:
-  Beanie Boo Soft Toy
- Sticker Activity Book
- Maze and find activity book
- Littlest Dragon Picture Book
This will keep them busy for a little while and comes in at only $27.96!


Girl 4-6

As above, you'll want to get a few activity based gifts to keep them entertained and to help improve hand-eye co-ordination. A good bundle would be:
- Beanie Boo Soft Toy
- Paw Patrol Colouring Book
- Kittens Sticker Activity Books
- There's Only One Scruffle
This gives you a great range and some really popular brands and comes in at  


Boy 7-9

The Diary of a wimpy kid series is hugely popular among this age group, we'd suggest picking up a couple of these. Alternatively, some Pokemon cards may be a good bet for any Pokemon lover!

Girl 7-9

The Beanie Boo toys are still massively popular at this age. To make a great bundle, I'd recommend picking one of those up along with one or two of the 100 facts books.

Boy 10-12

 At this age, it's great to be expanding their mind, picking up a couple of the 100 facts books as well as either a Horrible Histories or Diary of a Wimpy Kid book.

Girl 10-12

There are a range of colour-in puzzles that are great for girls at this age, and at only $14.99, they don't break the bank either. They also come with colouring pencils or felts so you have everything you need! If you wanted to pick up something to read at the same time, the Enid Blyton 3-in-1 books are a great bet. You could even pick up a puzzle and book under budget at only $27.98!